18 Burst results for "Paul Bryan"

"paul bryan" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on WEEI

"The best thing I can tell the fans is please let players but the whole thing play out whether it's battery or anything else that we've done I would say let's let's review it you know a year from now two years from now three years at all now back to the second guild show my ears are bleeding absolutely what see it play out from a year two years or maybe even three years from now it's amazing and bill o'brien is not an awful coach but it's amazing with some of the moves that he has made he still knows that he has all the power and it doesn't seem for one split second that he is ever concerned that maybe the power will be taken away from him the only way that power could be taken away from him is if he loses the Shawn Watson and I think there's a good chance that he loses the Shawn Watson has a bomb to Shawn Watson and there's Paul Bryan the coach which she may like in the bill o'brien the GM we should despise why do you like bill o'brien right now he just traded away.

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"paul bryan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Com coming up at ten o'clock tonight on forum with guest host meaning Kim it's a rebroadcast of both hours of this morning show the first hours about efforts in Washington to stave off the pandemic and then the second hour is high school students discussing how they're coping with missing prom and graduation that's the forum rebroadcast starting tonight at ten here on KQED San Francisco thank you we are in north highlands Sacramento this is fresh AIR one guitarist Jeff Parker lived in Chicago he played all kinds of big and small shows with all kinds of creative musicians Parker now lives and works in southern California the jazz critic Kevin Whitehead says Parker still has that go anywhere attitude as a new record confirms Jeff Parker's nurses you can read them Joe Henderson's black narcissus with rob Missouri trump the trump Parker's breezy album sweet for Max Browne a demonstration of how jazz mixes it up with other musics the state's Jeff Parker never did he jazz borders coming up in category resistance bands like toward Chicago underground the guitarist has chops and great timing but is rarely a showboat you can pare back as line like a backwoods blues ma'am Jeff Parker get something like a jazz guitar tone but he's not so interested in jazz guitar music it's one ingredient in a style that also draws on R&B and early hip hop droning electronica jazz funk Afro pop and maybe flailing sixties rock souls like on eight miles high this is go away with Paul Bryan on bass guitar and Makai am a craving on drums the drone running through that like a bright stripes and that looped vocal cry these are not straight jazz choices the album sweet for Max Browne is billed to Jeff Parker in the new breed but mostly that's just Parker maybe with a helper to tinkering at home he uses vintage synthesizers and stretchy sampling software to sketch the music and add primary color then he might have live musicians put some meat on the synthetic bones that's what trumpeter Nate Walcott and drummer John Mayer Williams do over a metronomic beat on the track Max Browne human machine hybrid dualities abound on Jeff Parker suite for Max Browne human versus machine the droning verses the jumping the raw and the cooked the home tinkerer and live musicians the records even co produced by two label Nonesuch and walking in the international and Jeff Parker invokes his days as a great diving club DJ a job where you can check suppose beats from all of the songs they serve for creatively stem the flow the lead off track on this album name for Parker's mother Maxine features Jeff and his daughter ruby Parker and layered background and foreground vocals piles of the poppy testers.

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"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

09:30 min | 5 months ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Genus house and Brian's house this is the Adam Corolla. Shell Adams guests today. Adam Ray with Gina Grad on news Paul Bryan on sound effects and tape damage. Shaka's year for good sports and now this morning he did a cold. Dunkin his pool while the rest of his family did a poll dunk in a pool of pure.

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China Ending Wuhan Coronavirus Lockdown April 8

The Adam Carolla Show

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

China Ending Wuhan Coronavirus Lockdown April 8

"Genus house and Brian's house this is the Adam Corolla. Shell Adams guests today. Adam Ray with Gina Grad on news Paul Bryan on sound effects and tape damage. Shaka's year for good sports and now this morning he did a cold. Dunkin his pool while the rest of his family did a poll dunk in a pool of pure.

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"paul bryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:09 min | 6 months ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Trusted you to make up your own mind when newscasts come loaded with agenda group of dedicated journalists in the heartland want to revive that kind of news coming this summer to WGN America the new center of news from the center of the nation news nation coming seven nights a week two primetime on WGN America those who work with Mike Bloomberg know him best working with Mike Bloomberg was one of the most empowering experiences that I've had I've been working for Bloomberg for twenty seven years twenty five years almost thirty years there's nobody that I respect more and felt more respected by Mike Leigh's excellence is not defined by gender Mike Bloomberg success is built on teamwork treating workers with respect and providing the opportunity to grow and learn my Celtic culture and Vance's women the first woman appointed to be counseled to the mayor my call to tell me you should be proud of what you've done in your name should be on that project I always knew that he had met manager Mike Bloomberg believes in sharing the credit when things go well and holding himself accountable when things don't he was raised by an extraordinary woman she supported him all along the way and that's very much a part of who he is psych supports women he respects candidate for president and I approve this message eight four by Mike Bloomberg twenty twenty T. here the winters business lunch so appreciate you staying with WGN radio throughout your day and here for you now as Paul Brian he is an auto industry expert we've had so much discussion about the corona virus and its effect on different supply chains and of course the auto industry is one of those industries that's been greatly affected hi Paul how are yeah okay everything's good okay so listen I just saw an article today that said the corona viruses caused and moody's to slash global vehicle sales forecast for twenty twenty yeah moody's downgraded the a number of cars that they're estimating I I I come from the why do some or most some might be on this topic but that doesn't matter when you are when you've got an industry that that is based so heavily dependent so apple is probably a better word on parts coming out of China which one's going on hearing the concentration of the corporate buyers there is holding up simply aligns well it really because basically yeah you can't go ninety nine percent of the car your your kind of thing and the plants are idled in China right now they're unable to get those parts out into the factories the if you're building a car you're building a medical ID card in what you don't have and that's a wound back that make all of those parts you are outsourced and other places might depend on what's called just in time delivery so as parts are needed and coming under number cannot be super into family lives there I don't want any point or the other lawyer that supply lines get clogged up comes to a stop and it becomes really out will begin in a Hollywood street the plan that everybody has and how they treat their assembly and Paul lot of the criticism has been around the fact that the auto industry really kind of lacks a plan B. well it's true get on with it but in fact it's not endemic to the automobile industry there's you know you can take a look at a number of different sectors there that's only applicable to but you know how she and the MRC applications and purchasing a car towards somebody also will get one why why didn't you do this or do that on that how much does that cost you per car yeah because the dollar to warn you will say yeah put your career building three million vehicles but all of a sudden you're looking at your ever ever Dirksen told money at some point or other you get to the point where you sat down might be a dollar car but when you add it all up it adds up to a lot of fun the China accounts for more than forty billion auto parts production with almost twenty billion going to the U. S. or U. S. based companies so Paul Brian you are an auto industry expert you said you're not as alarmist as everyone else so tell us what you're thinking right now for instance next week you're going to be the media critic of the two people it is one of the premier motor shows in the world hi there has been you know a lot of C. sar goes back even down here just an hour ago where two people finally came up he said yeah we're gonna go ahead and do it right make sure anybody comes on the manufacturing side could be please make sure that you monitor these people on that you know that they've not been symptomatic over the past fourteen days before they come to Geneva on oral the best are you traveling for the I. show no I'm not I'm going to take a pass on to neighbors here and why is that is it the are you afraid of of the of traveling with that the corona virus right now where I don't feel good I would go to be here for a while but I think I'm going to court shoes hello okay M. NH disproportional health standpoint I've you know I've got a couple of things that I have to watch out for you I don't want to unnecessarily but I mean you're you're gonna bring six hundred thousand people in two Alex co Geneva and you're just going to say to them well make sure nobody symptomatic when they come okay I'll be there I don't I don't know that yet in order but on the other hand I'm thinking to myself to your dad something that me being born media driven and data driven if you take a look at the overall numbers of calls requires in comparison general population global population it it's not it's not as scary as you might think there may be a talking to myself or to get a point anyway right so just keep everything in perspective and make sure that you're going to reputable sports sources to get all of your information so Paul what's the bottom line for consumers that how is this going to affect consumers down the road well I think it's a two or two thirty answered your automobile demand is not destroyed it's just delayed the industry is is pretty darn simple but they have to have the product in order to sell in China for instance my gosh China's downright down ninety percent of all to trip or your home or where they were and I was already in a down market but they're finding that they are selling vehicles online so they can go ahead and accomplish their thank goodness we're not at that point no worries they will reason to be here so the problem here from the consumer side is not so much there the exposure to folks that you wanted to go out good to hear more from all active product when you get to the store yeah got it so far I haven't talked to any point deal with friends who are being threatened for product care unit same time when you take a look at some of the plants in Italy some of the plants where Google to Mr it is not necessarily coming to this part of the world but but that demand will come back when another one clarifiers subsides in incredibly will well Paul we are out of time you have a wonderful show called his turn her turn it's a video of new car reviews working folks find that only if it's a YouTube channel called his turned her turned into series but I do it's with a woman hello hello or tricks to their you tube channels name during her act there you go so Google what a coincidence so that's perfect so just go to YouTube check out his turn her turn thanks so much to Paul Bryan for being with us a lot more coming up on WGN radio clock it's time for the winter was business manager daily roundup of Chicago area business news level ex's issue kago based tech company that makes video games for doctors with the idea it helps them develop medical skills and business is growing Chicago inno says the company's moved into a new bigger headquarters with plans to expand currently has about eighty workers and wants to ramp up to around one hundred twenty five the FDA said a warning letter to Jimmy Johns and one of its suppliers saying vegetables the restaurant chain used in the past several years our link to five outbreaks of E. coli and salmonella crane says it accuse champagne based Jimmy John's of engaging in a pattern of receiving and offering for sale adulterated fresh produce including clover sprouts and cucumbers and the seal for front is leaving the philanthropic advisor after.

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"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Gregg with Gina Grant on News Paul Bryan on Sound Effects Bill Gertz and Dr drew call in and Dave dammit check is here for good sports now a man who's never paid a front handed compliments Adam aw get it on get it on the church begun mandate you get it ought thanks for tuning in and thanks for sharing of Jan Impact Program Plan for you guys today good day geographic dating you handball Brian Somebody's been drinking we get Bill Gertz on the blower will get to the bottom of all this China business but I gotTa tell you we talk a lot about Russia on we talk a lot about the Middle East but all the smart people always when I hear them on the talk shows warn about China does slow drag where though got a plan yeah they gotta play in the Middle East is a nuisance are troublesome but this doesn't pose a threat that we have that China does so we'll get into we'll get into that as we go Dr drew is GonNa Call and because I was just sitting around last night and well I guess the mass singer airs at eight o'clock I suppose and that's one of the shows I've decided this nonsense and I shall never lose participate only losers participate although you guys have a number if you need me call Dixon so hi.

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"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"<music> from girl one studios in glendale california. This is adam corolla show adams guest today today. The co writer of good boys lee eisenberg gina grad on news paul bryan on soundtracks dave damage shakes for good sports and bird expert expert scott whittle calls in and now a mother's nightmare adam corolla yeah get it on get it on the judge to get under mandate chicken own man. Thanks for tuning in and thanks for telling a friend. It would love that you share saw the ratings a half hour ago. They went up so thank you for doing that and good day gina a._u. Handballed ryan chris went ahead and got herself a burt burdock root for multiple reasons one. I was attacked again then yesterday. Walking from one shop to the next to you as <hes> bryan suggested with the school shootings things yeah imagine <hes> some of these birds just sitting up at the costco or ten or twelve. They're gonna cause chaos well. First things first you can teach a dog to sniff out cocaine through metal welded into into a fender with coffee grounds they can smell or you can have that same be trained differently to smell backyard fruit or poultry torri. That's being transported or or explosives or whatever they can sniff out now. As i suggested twenty years ago they can sniff cancer out which i explain that drew twenty years or every time. I have one of these epiphanies. Everyone just laughs their ass off. I'm not kidding so you train a dog where you want and you can train rain crow to pick up cigarette butts and clean clean up apar- get answers to pretty much you give them a treat. They'll do their bidding. The falcons zwolle take care of the flocks of geese or whatever's over at the airport. They'll train the falcon. They'll go do it. You can tell a falcon go take out a drone the fat you can train at falcon to take a drone. It's easy here's hoping all animals are got him mercenaries with no conscious and no pulse and no thoughts of others and no remorse remorseless killing eating machines path real id. They're all laid you wanna get your dog and blow you. Give me some peanut butter. I'll turn your dog gay in ten minutes. They'll do anything savak like they look. They're looking at peanut off your dick and they get a look themselves. No i'm disgusted disgusted with myself a thorough paycheck. I'm saying saying i'm saying you wanna blow job from a schnauzer. You are a a scoop of creamy jif away okay. Hey realising your dreams that bird to attack that drone attack that other bird attack. You are a couple of a handful of popcorn from getting that thing to do all of your bidding. Yes agreed okay so now that we know a dog or a bird or any of god's creatures a lot of guys guys. I know will do anything for money and now all we have to do or reward and incentive yeah now. We figure it out well so i would say if you could get a dog. You can train a dog or bird to train the burn to go after drone train a dog to sniff out cocaine we could get our crow or hawk or al of prey active shooter somebody standing holding a gun in a prone position.

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"paul bryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Those weren't detail, I'm gonna you know what we're gonna do this copy. I'm gonna go. I'm gonna go next door. We're gonna record this. And that's how we're going to do this from this point forward because this because when I meet the lawyers who wrote this. I'm gonna give them a well piece of my mind. Sure. All right now, should Paul first of all one hundred and third running of the Indianapolis five hundred yesterday there today's go ahead Jim Cornell and then who's singing back home in Indiana. Great job. I mean when he everybody was kind of, if Jim, Cornelius thing that why you know, but obviously, when you know, Gomer Pyle died, the native for Jim Nabors, okay, whatever. Yeah. In Jim came. Mm in and everybody went, holy Schweik. Do it fabulous. I hate that song, by the way. I mean it's, it's, it's just it's here and that's and that's one too many. Yeah. Because it's like it's so like Oklahoma that old Broadway kind of just over the top horse guy. When you go to the Kentucky Derby, do you wanna hear my Kentucky know why? My oh, Kentucky home is by the way, grabbed her the slaves. My home is basically a song that is about how fabulous it is to own other humans the lyrics really. That's. I've never a couple things in those lyrics that are like about a guy sitting around with a, you know, a jacket on and, you know, KFC and he's good. Or bourbon is okay. Think about that. All right. So this year is moved over to NBC after being on ABC for fifty years. Yeah. So Jim McKay, I was the first one good at ABC it is. I. We talked about this last year was my first time going down there. It is a it's you've got to put it on your bucket list of you have been there. It's really an amazing day. It's, it's just a fun festival, and the people are very lovely. But when that race starts you cannot believe the speed and skill that everybody has I'm just thinking about it now, and I get goosebumps, and I've seen it a jillion times it never fails to ignite that feeling in love. I mean the sound sites. I love the tradition. Number one, the sound is good. Now it was better. In years, past with different engine formula. That sounds loud not loud. I mean you should wear protection. But it's not loud like it used to be it used to be deafening. Just the one. Linin ripping it was just fabulous. It's a great sound it. Really ringtone. He's writing the script for fifty five shades of grey, right? Anyway. Yeah. Go ahead. I said, linen silk. Yeah. All right. So it is a beautiful. And when there's something when you're sitting in the stands and those cars, especially early in the race when there's lots of them in their jammed together, those cars come off, turn for, and they're on a Bank right there. You know there there's actually twelve point five there. It's a it's, it's big. They're just like a wall. They're getting sucked up onto walls or making that turn, and it is just such a beautiful sight. And this cars are cordial and they are really, really are, do you get to get to them, if you're not like a Paul Brian kind of person as close as you want. You don't wanna be any closer before the race or after the race is pretty constructive. Pretty controlled atmosphere for most fans. If you've got some kind of connection, you should be able to work, your way in gasoline alley and take a look at the cars there, but they moved them out so early in the morning. Now. It's twelve forty five start for the race. Yeah eastern. So the cars will be out there and easy hour and a half before the race. So if you've got some kind of connect can get you garage. But how. You gotta remember that there are some pretty nervous guys in that garage area morning. Yeah. And they don't want you. Hey, that car you're. They have all kinds of stuff back there for, for the fans the experience, you go onto the field and there's all kinds of stuff there's a band. Pretty close. And there are some interactive displays as well where where you can actually get into a car and see what it's like the museum at Indianapolis is fabulous. Fab, said we both use fabulous worried about us. I would I would say this, so you can go during the race because raise takes three hours so during the race you can on the grandstand side, you can walk right up to the fence and it's amazing and going, right. Past, you know, you'd be shocked at how close, you're actually now the thing is you don't see it because they're, they're moving so fast. When you're staring at if you're that close, it's just a, it's just a blur this two hundred twenty miles an hour, roughly two twenty five is about a football field per second. So think about that. And a lap at Indy. Now is about forty seconds roughly, so they're, they're cooking. Yeah. It's, it's moving it's, it's really something to be that close something that fenced normally to see something that fast. It's like row ditching on some waiting for someone to pick up the dinner tab. Oh, really you put when across my. Put it across. He said since he was a boy was listening to me. I hear that. That was not a good opener. Although no one will believe that because I if there's any guy who gets stuck with the check. I you know, that's true. I hold the North American record for getting stuck with the check. I think you got super glue on his Levi's. In consecutive checks. I would vote for that say that I've seen that inaction. All right. Stay right there Jenner Paul Bryan, if you'd like to hear Paul Bryant now, navy see him, his turn her turn. Right. That is the it's a explain what it is. I work with a woman from Buffalo New York. Her name is Lauren fix she's car coach. And, and she and I had been doing the series for long time easiest way to get us his just to go to our subscription channel on YouTube reviews of new cars, trucks, sport, utilities, whatever and special features that pop up called what the hell is Paul eating now. So if you want to if you're, if you're in the market for a car, it's a great thing to do because you got you review everything from the highest end to the, the consumer consumer consumer car. Right. And the, the little Electric's, the big things the big whatever it is. Right. Refused to take him in my Chevy. Blazer. It's great car beyond great. Yeah. I think it's good for you. Nitra wealthy. You go to high school. Are you, Elaine? No, somebody lion. Lyons township Oakland snobby going prep school where Roan I compute against each other cravat like RoH fancy shoes. He actually did where cravat. I actually have never worn a cravat worn. That's the damndest thing. 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"paul bryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Friend. Paul Brian has I grew up listening to Paul Bryan on the radio. He loves it. When I said, thank you. We've been friends, not counting today. The. And, and fallen, I worked the ball, you Paul started here at WGN idea. Right. You're a big deal to win the earth was cooling. Well, you said you were launched that studio over. That the old studio right on the street down there was, I did the first show in that studio and renamed it the whiplash studio because it was a beautiful spring day. No, yeah. Yeah, the problem is you, it's very distracting in there because people walk by. And then every once in a while, somebody will drop their pants stick something against the wind that happened. I said that people would always peer through the window constantly walked by these windows, vans, can be even more distract. Well tell somebody walks by these windows than ever. All of those things in the book, revelations are having anyway doesn't matter up, what it is. Paul before we get started. I want to say this because we want to talk about this big race weekend. International race weekend. Biggest in the biggest in the world, you got in Indianapolis, and also in, Monaco. Yeah. Not not Mike Monico the actual principality there. He actually owns. It does not believe he doesn't. Let me remind you that we are giving away tickets trip for two and tickets to the game where the Blackhawks opened up their season against the players in Prague the Czech Republic. All right people, and you can listen to this Cochran show, weekdays through Thursday, June six at seven forty. A M start. Listening Monday at seven four Tuesday. It's forty. All right. I do that anyway. All right. So Tim forty and then you'll hear a sounder. How do you know how the sound or sound? I don't know. Czechoslovakian beer. Stein's clinking. No don't that would be contest. Don't they? Can't make rules. We've got a very strict legal orders in this. Don't change that dial Cochran will also give you a window a when you want to make sure you're listening, again, during the Roe Conn show with Anna davlantes to hear that sound or a game, k I'd like to know who wrote this, I know, I would like to talk to the lawyer, and the lawyer assistant who wrote this, and they all need a brand Muffin be the specified number caller to dial in for the chance to win a Blackhawks fan Pegues. This is like I instructions. It's like you need a guy to come in and do it for you. Then. Includes four tickets to the Blackhawks convention, signed, replica jerseys. Signed hockey stick in the sign puck and photo. And you'll be qualified to win the trip to Prague..

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"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

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"paul bryan" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"And it just heard one of them say, hey, did you hear some asshole Via's wolves real? The next thing. I knew I was in the car that I was at home. And then I was kind of my hand was bandaged. And then I was apologizing to Sara on EBay. Glide never been. Wow party. I I must briefly. Yeah. See my my chief concern was I hadn't spent a lot of time in America is soon. I would be sued. That was my big for you, all you did was break a window. You can I felt like maybe I was somehow endangering other party goers. The rules were. But actually, it was fine. But yeah, that was oh did you pay for the window will offer it, but she very sweetly declined my financially? So that's my biting memory of that. Oh, I was not at that. You about what no sir financially because a lot of people that were, you know, it's a very well attended chew busy party. And there's lots of people that all have different takes on this incident kind of Russia own style. Kind of Bill up different understand like lays discovery was. I actually it wasn't entirely my fault. I apparently tripped on a loose TV cable and kind of flipped backwards and fell back home, which explains why was less damaged. That's amazing. You could Sue Wright flip it around. Why she paid? I got that cover. It's it's bizarre. We talked about we don't I I don't often say who's at these thing. But it is a weird hodgepodge of people at that party like famous people that you can't believe are there. And then me. Success? Why why am I sitting at the same table as Diane Keaton variety with my why why am I why am I talking to Diane Keaton? Sure, that's bizarre. I'm sure she was thinking the same thing. No. No, the same hat has me is what she kept on saying. I have the same problem at parties as you because I'm a tiny man and yelling over music again. By the time anybody over five eight the sound gets down to me. I don't know what you said. And I'm probably laughing them going. Hey, how you doing my mom just I'd have fun right riot, the whole thing very stress using. Because I always assume I appreciate you having me on your show because I always assume no one really wants to speak to me for more than three minutes. I feel that you can pretty much get the measure of me in that time. I'm not going to bring a lot more to the party after that, you know. So I come in. I soon people want to know my take on Brexit. I'm now I'm going I can keep moving. I wanna keep on most circulate. I think I can get in and out of a part in forty five minutes left a much. Oh, that's a win. But you were back at the party this year amazingly being invited back officials despite the incident, did you stay away from the from the. I do. I also stay away from Paul Bryan is and anything else. I I'm very conscious and windows terrified. And I actually has I've really lost. You know, it kind of it took something out with me. Now, I feel much more anxious arraigned Glaus than actually take for granted. And it turns out. It's very interesting. It sure is. Yeah. There's no question about it could hurt you hurt. You. I have never been high in my life. So I don't know not. No, nobody in this room has any. Although Elliott Elliott has Elliott used to do some time. The rest of you, right gear. And you've never what are you asking me? Oh, you have to the second. So it's really just I guess I have partaken in recent months. Wait what recent real drug addict? Yeah. This is a really worked for me. We're not really were you not inhaling. I'd have to it. Right. And I had some chocolate chocolate were like, okay. I was giggling my wife, they say edibles is not the right way to start right is very potent..

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"paul bryan" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on The Art of Process with Aimee Mann and Ted Leo

"My money. Twice as many times. Smart. Ted. Hello, Amy, good morning. Good afternoon. Early evening for us. Both it is the afternoon. I don't think it qualifies as well. Yeah. Early evening. Would you say early evening starts three? No, I've I would normally say five to but in the way that the Sunday dinner, you know, kind of happens in the mid afternoon. Here's a question. Okay. What is the difference between dinner and supper that is the question. Right. And that's one of the questions is it. A southern thing is supper a southern. I don't think. So we always said supper in my did you say it for like the evening meal or the like a big lunch? No supper was the evening meal. Supper supper dinner used interchangeably, though. I did understand that dinner. Could also mean something grander interesting. Yeah. You'd have a big dinner, you wouldn't necessarily have a big supper. But the meal in the evening was either supper dinner, you know. Yeah. I sort of felt like it was interchangeable from context. But I think I have it wrong. And I think maybe in the south. They do it in a different way. I could look it up right this minute. And then tell you because what's more fun than than listening to somebody Google. Well, I'll tell you puns. No, not funds Portman toes portmanteau 's by mother was fond of saying things like Linter yet taking off a brunch. Like leper enjoy a portmanteau. Chiefly British English. Supper can also refer to alight Miller snack. That is eating late in the evening. Dinner is considered by some to be more formal word. Well, okay. So we got it the same that we got the same thing. I think I came across a usage of it. That was more like heavy lunch for supper. I dunno. Okay. I'm abandoning this because I've already lost interest in my own question. Now, there's like a little process thing that I'm going to start putting on my list of questions talking to Paul Bryan the other day Bryant for those who don't know Liz base and other things in Amy's van for many years. He's an arranger engineer musician is produced my last, I don't know four records. And he's one of those guys is just works. All the time. It has a lot of different projects going on. And he said I like to have a lot of projects happening at the same time because then you are never facing a blank page. And I was like, ooh, very interesting. I kind of understand that. Because the blank page is the betton warr of creativity. Sometimes I don't know if I'm tirelessly by that though because well, that's discuss isn't what you're saying that you can avoid one thing. But giving to another perpetually it's catch will avoid you can avoid writer's. Block perpetually. I see. So in other words, you have it to something else. And then you come back to the other thing with a new energy or at a different time or something you use the second one as a fresh. Trying to fresh like when you're stuck going I, but yeah, maybe it also is like, you know, so that you don't have to be alone with your your own desperate thoughts of annihilation to. It's hard know sometimes. It's very familiar with being alone. Desperate thoughts of nine elation. Want to tell our listeners we have some sponsors for this episode for the first time, which very very glad about it's a new world for me. A recently had a person writes something nice about me in which she said, I was really respected that he never did commercials. Well, and you know, I appreciate that take that respect and set it aside because it's a. Yeah. We're gonna do some ads. It's kind of fun. I don't know why. But yeah, I'm sort of excited that people who want to sponsor our podcast and pay for our Mike cables. Yeah. Would might cables. Plus, you know, Ted Leo till you is not going to do an advertising that he thinks is crummy or weird. We don't even need to really talk about this, and I'll probably cut it out. But it's great that the sponsors that are coming to us are very conscious of where we're coming from. And we're happy to be able to support them in their support of us agree. Should we talk about our guest?.

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"paul bryan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Now, eight AM seven sixty KFI MVP. Here's a second helping with Jim Bohannon on the offbeat. Researchers Brian Sheldon and Paul Dawson have co authored the book, did you just eat that too scientists explore double dipping the five second rule and other food myths in the lab next time, you're at a birthday party of they're about to blow out the candles talking. Luckily are now breeding we're releasing bar aerosol small water droplets there, and they carry bacteria from mouth, and so when you're actually blowing with a purpose, you're actually driving out more concentrated streaming. You will at that doesn't curb your appetite if someone is sick or carrying a flu bug or whatever they're going to be likely instead of you have shown they're releasing these viral particles into the air. Depositing on the Cape care to sheriff stack sticking your hand in a bag of popcorn. I touched it contaminates surface. And then you're actually contaminating popcorn and putting your mouth at the same time. We also found that popcorn it in the bag had some contamination to it. When you stick your hand in there. You could wear gloves is dependent upon a how how clean your hands are if he weren't wearing the gloves by now, you may be considering washing your hands with a brillo pad. But don't do it that way starting with a warm water ranch, then lathering up with soap for about twenty seconds. And then that where warm water ranch as for hand-driers ever looked at some of the intakes or the Air's pulled into the handwriting. It's constantly rolling in dust and anything from the room making concentrate at that level, then you turn the handwriting on and your circulating at Brian Edrich germ of a notion rests the armrest and the the stage that you're you're sitting on. There've been a number of studies showing that they are highly contaminated in fact, oftentimes contaminate with equal matter. There must be a cleaner way. But Paul Bryan have a mouthful to say regarding food for thought on what one ought not. We don't all get sick every day. Therefore, just pretend you didn't hear this bone apetite the offbeat I'm Jim Bohannon America in the morning.

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"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Gina grant on news, Paul Bryan on sound affects in a phone call with AJ and now. Your daddy doesn't approve them. And that just makes you love and more. Get it on. Get good day. Gina grad, dating you bald. Sorry. I'm sorry. Let's see we're got some some breaking avocado lawyer story Daniels lawyer news, it's all kind of going on and. On folding as we speak. And so last minute AJ Benza who's I never know how people know everything, but AJ Benza seems to know everything. Seve's the kind of leave it at that. He's convinced himself that he knows everything. And every time somebody says, you know, well, isn't he scared? It's going to get sued. He never gets sued. So that's got it. All yeah. And so the deal with like the Enquirer tabloid is your which out of France, they love that. They will say things that sound pretty outrageous about Kevin Costner or whoever. But if it's true, then will get sued true do get sued. But the stories that, you know, don't get sued. You can kind of like, you know, they can Seko's book alleged a lot of things a lot of people know lawsuits, no lawsuits. So what I'm kind of trying to set the table for here is whatever can say says or Tableau does your Habla? Habla. Does you whatever they say as outrageous as it may sound about whomever and less that lawsuit comes down the pike. Probably is true. And that's how they work. So AJ Benz has many things and never gets to a world where as an all lawyers. Tell me anyone can sue anyone for anything. The fact that aren't bandied about here. A lot of like, that's a total lie at the total lie. They printed a total lie or fake news or not a lawsuit. What he had to do about. It was going to say you can find anybody. Go ahead. You're a team of lawyers paying retainers do and it has happened. I think famously baton about Babs Barbara Streisand, and and in many others. There are many instances when a celebrity says or an entity says that is one hundred percent, not true. And I'm doing your ass, Tom. Cruise sued and won. I believe the National Enquirer or star one of those. Yes, the courts actually found that he was not as gay. Got sued. Wow. So we'll bring AJ on because he has some takes on Michael fanatic who. I interviewed on reasonable doubt with Mark Garriga's and. I was two things about avenue. He's pretty polarizing the porno lawyer. Yes. Ponant the porno lawyer his business card. I found him sort of to be quite engaging. You will find whether it's a naughty. Or Don King you get in the room with them. And you realize why they're able to do a lot of business charisma, then there's something engaging about the Garriga's factor. Yes. Has that as well? No complimenting him. Yeah. So am I. Yeah. I mean, yes, I am. Well, back the Gaga's I do. Garrison. I disagree about tons of stuff. Like all the time. And he just rolls right along. You can't be Mark arrogance and stop every time something you say, it's not popular or sometimes are every time somebody disagrees with whoever because you're defending Michael Jackson and Scott Peterson. And God knows who else you could make the argument that this is defining public persona or characteristic that he does the unpopular thing at least for the merger part of his career. Yes. And he walks walk, and he talks to talk, and it's a better way to go through life. The chances of you doing that for living. If you wanna work at a frosty freeze and just.

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"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"From one studios in glendale california this is the adam corolla show and adams guest today from spinal tap derek smalls with geeta grad on news paul bryan on sound of axon jeff ses arias here for the sports with chet waterhouse and now a man who goes to eleven get it on got to get it on the choice better get on mandate get it on for tuning in thanks for sharing we do appreciate that and we count on it good day geographic ron fell in love with my boss well after this weekend with the success in all i wanna thank quicken loans go to rocketmortgage dot com slash for this half of the show and z clip brought that with me on my many travels and go to z clip dot com and around good fifty percent off theraworx relief their works relief dot com tommy john i'll tell about tommy john in a moment jeff's osario is here you see you just came off a probably like a busiest ten day period of my life i was getting fixing to shoot a stand up special in portland and jeff has done a few of these things i've having a real sort of emotion of always had kind of an emotional issue slash hurdle with doing a standup special it always felt at it's had a lot of different sort of changes and ebbs and flows and and most of it is kind of kind of a motion in weird and i started to try to change man real down tried to kind of drill down what was the big deal about doing a standup special could've done this awhile ago i could've done a while ago well i six.

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"paul bryan" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"paul bryan" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"The president's tweets will be more unhinged and more racists sadly the closer mr muller gets objects in the mirror are closer than they appear keep your eye on russia and you will be able to understand why mr trump is freaking out on twitter all right thank you very much i appreciate your time as always paul bryan and next breaking news the wall street journal reporting the special counsel is looking at longtime trump adviser roger stone's claim that he met with wikileaks founder julian assange and local news anchors across the country reciting messages that sounds eerily like that of the president's what the president and their company are saying about this tonight support for armand poor comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans jen's is are your confident when it comes to your work your hobbies and your life rocket mortgage gives you that same level of confidence when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan rocket mortgage is simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocketmortgage dot com slash on poor equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states and mls consumeraccess dot org number thirty thirty new tonight president trump congratulating get another strongman for a win in an undemocratic election the white house announcing trump congratulated egyptian president abdel fatah el sisi in a phone call today c c one with ninety seven percent of the vote and this comes as the white house confirms trump discussed meeting with vladimir putin during their call when trump ignored advisors advice to not congratulate putin on his reelection out front now former cia director and nsa director general michael hayden and general hayden thank you for your time the president was criticized when it leaked that he congratulated putin for his reelection when he was told in all caps not to do so today though totally different story white house proudly announcing that he congratulated elsisi by the way elsisi ninety seven percent of the vote compares to putin's mir seventy seven and so is the president doing this out of defiance like you're right i congratulated him or do you think there's another reason so i think there's an element of defiance there you can't.

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